Breaking with 'chalk and talk': a tri-level approach of adaptive education in primary schools in Hungary
PublisherRed Iberoamericana de Investigación sobre Cambio y Eficacia Escolar (Madrid)
CitationREICE. Revista Electrónica Iberoamericana sobre Calidad, Eficacia y Cambio en Educación 3. 1 ( 2005): 276-281
SubjectsStudent learning; School improvement; Effective school improvement; Supportive environment; Concerns based adoption model; Hungary; Educación
The 3-year-long project MAG (2003-2006) is executed in co-operation of OKI (Hungary) and APS International (The Netherlands). Its overall objective is to develop elementary schools as effective places to learn for all children, in such a way that teachers, head teachers and local education officers participate each according to their professional and formal obligations. Important concepts in the innovation at hand are the tri-level reform insides of Michael Fullan, the Effective School Improvement (ESI) project, and the Concerns Based Adoption Model (CBAM). Experiences from the project can also contribute to national and local policy forming in forming supportive environment for learning schools in a decentralised education system.
Google Scholar:Bognár, Mari - Oomen, Annemarie
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